Brentford vs Arsenal: Live stream, TV channel, team news and kick-off time for Premier League clash | The Sun

ARSENAL travel to Brentford this weekend aiming to bounce back from their Old Trafford humbling.

The Gunners lost 3-1 at Manchester United in their last Premier League outing, and now face the Bees with England new boy Ivan Toney leading theline.

On the decision to call-up Toney, England boss Gareth Southgate said: "With Ivan Toney, we have been tracking him for a long time.

"I had a good chat with Thomas Frank about him last season.

"His form and his qualities – not only his goalscoring but his technical ability, build-up play and aerial prowess – gives us a different threat to some of the other players we could pick."

Toney is in the England squad for the games against Italy and Germany from next week.

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When is Brentford vs Arsenal?

Brentford vs Arsenal will take place on Sunday, September 18.

The match kicks off at 12pm.

The fixture has been moved forward from its original 2pm kick-off. This is due to policing concerns surrounding The Queen's Lying-in-State and funeral the next day.

Arsenal said: "The earlier kick off has been agreed following discussions between the Premier League, the Metropolitan Police, Brentford and ourselves, after the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II."

What live stream and TV channel is Brentford vs Arsenal?

Brentford vs Arsenal will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League.

Sky Sports begin their coverage at 11.30am.

What is the Brentford vs Arsenal team news?

Arsenal left-back Oleksandr Zinchenko is set for a spell on the sidelines with a calf injury.

The Football Federation of Ukraine have confirmed that Zinchenko will miss the upcoming international break due to injury.

An official statement read: "Oleksandr Zinchenko will not be able to help the blue and yellow during the September matches in the UEFA Nations League.

"The Arsenal player suffered a calf muscle injury during training at the club which will require two weeks for treatment and recovery."

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